The latest statistics reveal that 60 percent of employees in California and across the country are also caring for a loved one in some capacity. Most of them are working full-time jobs and are experiencing health issues of their own, either because of age or the stress of their burdens.
Not everyone has an easy pregnancy, but even a normal pregnancy will affect your employment in some ways. However, the way in which it can't affect your job is your boss's reaction. Your employer can't discriminate against you in any fashion because of your pregnancy.
If you struggle to balance work and family caregiving responsibilities, you are not alone. From new parents with infants to older workers with aging parents, caregiving issues are huge for many workers.